Carlsbad CA

Fun Facts About Carlsbad --

Founded as a cattle station located along the Spanish Camino Real (royal highway) and settled by Anglo ranchers in the late 1860s, it was first called Frazier's Station but was renamed (1883) when its mineral waters were found to be similar to those of Karlsbad in Bohemia (now Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic).

Carlsbad is a city near San Diego, in California. It's known for Tamarack Surf Beach, backed by the Carlsbad Sea Wall, and secluded South Carlsbad State Beach. The Legoland California theme park includes rides, a water park and the SEA LIFE Aquarium. The Flower Fields is a seasonal attraction, with acres of flowers. Set in a canyon, the Leo Carrillo Ranch Historic Park is home to free-roaming peacocks.

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